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Expiration of Allegany County’s Emergency Declaration

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The declaration was issued on May 19

From Allegany County

As of June 18, 2023, at 1:00 p.m., Allegany County’s Declaration of Emergency concerning the migrant crisis is no longer in effect. The decision to decline renewal of the Declaration came after careful consideration and consultation with the County Administrator, County Attorney, Social Services Commissioner, and Sheriff Scott Cicirello.

We are not aware of any migrants or asylum seekers associated with New York City’s crisis entering our County, nor have we received communication from the State that any migrant placements within Allegany County are planned or imminent. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and are prepared to issue a new Declaration and Orders if deemed necessary and appropriate.

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